Two can enjoy premium, wild-caught seafood without breaking the bank - Barclay Anthony, Sea Island CEO
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
Sea Island Shrimp House kicks-off summer with a new sizzling special: Two dine for $17.99, beginning May 1 through July 30.
Customers may choose one appetizer to share -- savory ceviche, calamari, onion rings, traditional or Mexican-style shrimp cocktail, peel-your-own shrimp or coconut shrimp and hushpuppies. For an entrée, customers can choose two (2) of the following: two fried fish filets, Lot ‘O’ Shrimp, light house fish or shrimp pasta, and all come with home-style sides.
For lunch or dinner, Sea Island offers delicious entrée options and value for two individuals dining out together that feature premium seafood at an affordable price by a family owned and operated restaurant group.
Sea Island has been voted the ‘Best Seafood Restaurant in San Antonio’ by the Readers’ Choice Awards presented by the San Antonio Express-News since it began in 1999, and recently won San Antonio’s Current's 'Best Seafood' in San Antonio.
Fresh from the Texas gulf coast, Sea Island is San Antonio's source for delicious, affordable seafood and family-friendly dining. To learn more about Sea Island, visit http://www.shrimphouse.com.
About the company:
Sea Island Shrimp House, a San Antonio local seafood restaurant icon, has been sourcing and serving the freshest, wild-caught Gulf seafood since opening its first location in 1965. The restaurant’s family-friendly atmosphere, delicious food and affordable prices have made this a San Antonio favorite for more than 47 years.
Family owned and operated from the beginning, the six San Antonio locations serve only premium fresh seafood that features the best shrimp, scratch cooking and a passion for flavor and value. Sea Island Shrimp House is known for food that is simple, fresh, fast and affordable. They offer numerous seafood specials, as well as kid’s meals. San Antonio agrees -- Sea Island has been voted “Best Seafood Restaurant” in the San Antonio Express News’ Reader’s Choice Poll since it began 2001.